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At four o'clock we left and drove about Schwerin, making the obligatory visits.
THE SUNNY SIDE OF DIPLOMATIC LIFE, 1875-1912LILLIE DEHEGERMANN-LINDENCRONE
Disaffection was visible on all sides, and yet inaction, irritating inaction, was obligatory.
It is obligatory upon the adversary or umpire to call “time!”
Commands enjoining Covenanting must be obligatory on men, in an individual, or in a social capacity, or in both.
This is, in the exact sense of the words, a scène à faire--an obligatory scene.
PLAY-MAKINGWILLIAM ARCHER
The robot-confessor had passed the obligatory sentence and Barrent had left the booth.
Holiday movements at Christmas, Easter, and Whitsuntide are thoroughly recognised, and no leave-taking is obligatory.
The dinner was ready, and eaten hurriedly, with the obligatory champagne.
It may be asked whether--and if so, why--the theory of the obligatory scene holds good for the dramatist and not for the novelist?
PLAY-MAKINGWILLIAM ARCHER
The members were to sit on benches behind tables covered with the obligatory green baize.
THE RISE OF THE DUTCH KINGDOMHENDRIK WILLEM VAN LOON

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